Substantial home set in about 1/2 acre backing on to Effingham Golf course
The Beeches has been beautifully extended and is immaculately presented. It sits on a west facing plot of approximately 1/2 acre and backs on to the 17th fairway of Effingham Golf Club, enjoying far reaching views.
Planning permission exists to enlarge the ground floor and first floor. The loft space is partially converted, providing an opportunity for further development. (Guildford Ref: 11/P/00411 & 18/P/00486)
The impressive galleried hallway leads to all the principal reception rooms. The well proportioned living room has a feature gas log effect fire and stunning bi-fold doors with solar glass open to the terrace and landscaped gardens with
The bespoke painted French oak kitchen with granite worktops and limestone flooring has a central island, fitted Miele appliances, boiling water tap and a 4 oven gas AGA. Bi-fold doors open on to a private terrace.
The dining room and family room feature solid oak flooring and oak beams. The family room has an oak fireplace with log burner and bi-fold doors opening on to the terrace.
The oak staircase with ambient lighting leads to the galleried landing. The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom featuring double sinks, glass shower cubicle and bath. The Juliet balcony provides wonderful views over the course.
The guest bedroom also has a walk in wardrobe and en suite facilities. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The loft has windows to the front and rear and is set for conversion.
Outside, the property is accessed via private electric gates. The gravelled driveway provides ample parking, a feature lamp post and access to the detached garage with log store and oak framed car port. The stunning rear gardens include an oak framed 'scorer's' hut with tiled roof. The gardens back on to Effingham Golf Club and enjoy fabulous views and access to
Plot size 0.486 acres.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
A wonderful opportunity to make a house your own with planning permission granted for extensions.Louis Winterbourne